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The writing of this period included names and titles, labels on storage jars, and inscriptions concerning historical and spiritual events. Dynasties of ~ ~~@ IJ 1111J', Ta Merry or LJ),@ km( Kemet Tbe Old Language of Kernel Dynasties I • 6 ca. E. King Nanner (Menes) rules over a united Kernel. tab Hotep recorded, King Unas inscribes his tomb with the earliest "The remarkable descriptions of social known Pyramid Text. disorganization and anarchy, addressed to an aged king in the... " 8 : SCRIPTS Formal Medu Netcher-Cursive (hieratic) The Middle Language Of Kernet Dynasties 9 -I 8 ca.
CE. The Coptic This fann is just the spoken language or Kcrnet \vritten with the Greek alphabet supplemented with seven symbols from the indigenous language of Kernel. ] 11 " " i C:JQ " d3 k eli! There arc approximately nine dialects of Coptic of which the following are most significant: a. Akhrninic - The old dialect of Upper Kernet which was rapidly supplanted by Sa'idic. b. Sa'1dic - This was the dialect of Waset that eventually came to be used for literary purposes throughout the whole of Upper Kernel.
ORlENTATION OF THE SCRIPT The Kemetu wrote from right to left, and occasionally for specific purposes, they wrote from left to tight. The direction in which the plants and animals faced determined the direction in which an inscription was read. Example: is to be read from left to right is to be read from right to left An example of a specific purpose that would influence the direction of the characters is when they are used around a door way. This placement is a good example of an advanced culrure marked by refinement and social grace, owing to the fact that no symbol had the temerity to tum its back upon anyone walking through the door.